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In "the Master Plan" Chinaski describes how after starving in a Philadelphia winter he decides to give up writing for a while and focus on drinking. In ten years, he becomes the best drunk in the neighborhood. After that time he goes back to writing and drinking together.

"garbage" tells of a magnificent beating Chinaski takes an unfamiliar town. He wakes in the morning in an alley, and as he stumbles to his hotel he passes another severely beaten man whose eye is hanging out of its socket. Chinaski keeps going, gets to his room, and lies down.

Chinaski tells of his favorite field in "my vanishing act." It is an abandoned graveyard he lies in when he tires of his bar. He is always welcomed back, though; he is the bar freak.

In "let's make a deal" Chinaski tries to reason with the hangover...

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